Sep. 19, 1904 Enochville Rowan County North Carolina, USA
Mar. 6, 1992 Santa Monica Los Angeles County California, USA
Actress. Born in Enochville, North Carolina, she began her career in Los Angeles, as a radio program arranger, children's story reader and later as a singer in the 1920s. In the 1930s, she did voice over performances for Warner Brothers cartoons and made her film debut in "A Night at Earl Carroll's" (1940). Although she made quite a few screen appearances in the 1940s, she is best remembered for her television work. She appeared on many episodes of "The Jack Benny Show", "Blondie", "I Love Lucy", "The Odd Couple", "The Munsters", "The Andy Griffith Show", "Petticoat Junction" and "The Beverly Hillbillies". (bio by: John "J-Cat" Griffith)
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Remembering you Elvia. I know you had a long career, and your resume of characters is vast. I'll always fondly remember you as Mrs. Crumbcake. Thank you so much for all the joy, laughter and everything. May God Bless you. -
Anthony Caranci Added: Apr. 9, 2016